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sunday night here's what's happening "action news"11 oovrments 30 frantic dash for safety of fourists taking a double deck wher it burst into flames. >> would be car they've child after a woman snepd from helping a woman from being robbed. >> first fast-moving fire end with mother and young son city beingly injured. it happened late last night in camden. vehicletors are trying to figure out how to started and neighbors say they could hear a loud explosion in the moments before the fire. "action news" reporter pour nor has more. >> owe dell cust sis walking through remains charred at his home in camden where his roommate lakeesha thomas and 7-year-old son were city beingly
fire opened in their home. >> i lost everything in there and i'm more worried about them than my stuff. >> this person can wait until next door. >> she wasel whying for help. >> thor takes say thomas and son called out of a black winding of burning house and wound up on michelle bruce's porch extreme unwilling may. >> they were really, ral le burpt up real bad and i do tell they jumped out of something. they had no shoes are nothing on. >> you can see the extent of the devastation. in place turned out. thomas polled peck she came down first to try to wakep a roommate on the couch. >> that day she didn't know he went to go seat fight. >> she went down to wake him up. >> thinking he was there. >> that trip downstairs delayed thomas and son for escaping
about the flames got route of control. pse&g you hear an sxlotion before the fire. >> i don't now how to started but loud, big boom. >> city fire officials state cause of the blaze is under investigation. in camden, nora muchanic, "channel 6 action news." >> from that house i want another buyer at a warehouse. they rushed to 7th and florence why they found a vaik warehouse burning. they were able to get the upper hand in an hour and no injuriesry were reported. >> discovery of body in delaware river in camden. police tell "action news" children walking a long the river near 9 street and adams avenue found remains right around 3:00 this arm. so far no word on identity of person found or cause of death. >> there were prayers and peace in baltimore today as city and
state officials made plans to get that city back to normal. tonight was the first night since tution that no curfew was enforced and community is rebuilding what was lost during last week's riots. jim ryan hasit latest from baltimore. >> a peaceful protect as the sun wept down. police are keeping fingers crossed. >> we're incredicily thankful peace on continues fluid the weekends xtd it continues to all the future garageerrings. >> the mayor touring a shopping mall. she lifted the curfew to get the city back on track. >> larry hogan making tour of baltimore churchchs agreed and ordered fraud wall and had headed to baltimore streets. >> it's been a rush to week. ground zero of rioting the first tentative signs of rebuilding more than 200 businesses
destroyed. >> this has been challenging in the fact we have so many different scenes spread across the city. >> speaking on nba meet the press mayor rawlins blake vowed rioters they carry them to bring them to us istis. >> facing a range of charted on her koshtd date. the state attorney sptd task force looking into gay's death with speed of khavrmings is making it stick. oun easy call holding is baltimore. >> a man accused of trying to carjack a car matt a fatal mistake. they didn't realize the man trying to stop it was using a gun. he was shot to death in a parking lot. but the good am sar tan after he pulled the woman in her suv. because did not have a permit to carry.
investigators say it's un likely he'll face any charges. >> dozens of buy standers watched in panic this morning as a tour bus in san francisco caught fire before their eyes. onlookers skap toured the scene on phones. pat's double decker bus was driving down haze streak when a woman and a homeless man are chasing the bus to alert a driver. everyone made it out up furt. >> former flight student after stealing a plane and leaving it on a joy ride. evan grants took off in betweenen engine flame and used around near douglass. an air traffic controller convinced him to come down. tonight he's gounded. >> some offul's chefs treemd up with salvation army to create a special brunch for the farm to table movement and spotlight on salvation army food programs straighty fund raidser will help
the foundation, army to provide meals and groceries all year round. >> volunteers with jewish relief agency spenting day backing up crowds in northeast philadelphia for low income families. afterward they dead aed okay new mural at the warehouse to honor michael earlbound one of jra supporters the gray was supported by jra poll veers. it got its start on loading buck. >> the mayoral primary is a few weeks away. all dem extraic candidates will take part in mayoralal forum. it's this tuesday 7 p.m.. jim gardner will be the moderator and we want you to join it on the action in the 6abc mayoral debate. sends us the question do you want to ask the candidates. e-mail us join the action at 6abc.com or twitter and #6abc call for action or submit question using form on our web site.
6abc.com. >> still to come on "action news" tonight phillies new bike share familiar inded first week in business and so fash so good we'll tell you if the response has been add good as city was hoping. >> later a local athlete signed with eagles. jeff skversky talked to the philly native about the dream come true. >> if you're not on the football feel you want to spend a lot of time outdoors tomorrow. woormer than normal. temperatures taste of june on the way. details with the accuweather
♪to very young d.j. s provided music for cinco de mayo festival today. of course it sell braitsz mexican culture and every variety of food was available. cinco de mayo meaning fifth of may marks victory of the french in battle of pueblo. >> it was beautiful day. you have another chance to go out tomorrow. >> there's always a chance. >> storm tracker 6 live double scan radar showing you it's try. no issues with ription. it's all about these temperatures gorgeous today. highs in the 80s. we're going to repeat that tomorrow. outside we government sky "live" in hd. tking at the temple university camera if you never wear one. it's dry rjs quiet do you wash it since you started. time in mar tips creek 77 61.
pleat wood 6. slighting ton 54. 59 in kennett square. down across south scrz jury at the boardwalk same thing in woodbine. hockessin 6. upper 50s for smear with and lower 60s in dover. here's satellite 6 and action radar dry and queue fret new england down across the mid pid atlantic region mostly clear. high pressure in control most of the day today and that's going to be the case as we go throughout the start of workweek in fact this ridge of pry pressure just south moves to the east of us. so it's just offshore. you tap into the southwesterly winds and be thanking that southwesterly wind if you like it on warm side. it's all about the numbers. future tracker 6 showing you 5:30 6:00 in the morning along the i-95 corridor easily in lower and mid 50s. 46 allentown tomorrow morning. as we go throughout the afternoon hours showers you can see the south west wind gustsing to our temperatures. keep in mind afternoon for us is
3:30 83 in philadelphia, 73 wildwood and 32 poconos. norm and west of town temperatures in the 70s and even 80s if you are around there temperatures in the 50s. the only problem however is pollen count is high road and for that matter into us is late tuesday into wednesday some brief and minor relever as we will be flocked high to medium by then. by thursday back up on the high side, oak, birch and maple are top offenders this time of year if suffering from allergies. >> call from accuweather morning luck and southerly wind:00 in the morning and december 8 a 65. here's the forecast. summer preview tomorrow. high pressure to 84. turning slightly different on tuesday. high of 84 as well. we're tracking a cold front that will move on through. thunderstorm is likely late in
the day ontis and we'll have to allow for a thunderstorm around on wednesday. with this front dipping a limb further south. so a thunder shower is popping up time to time. we'll knock that temperature down to 74. thursday, back up into 8 0sz e mostly sunny 83. ends of workweek on friday. still above average high of 80. and the aberdeen dad vail reg at you get comfortable within on that. high temperature of 85. all in all aside from tuesday and wednesday we have a good week on presidential way. >> great news, thanks, melissa. >> philadelphia, has a new way for people to get around town dego. >> bike share initiative that kicked offer a week and go and nearly 10,000 sbrem given indgo a shot. kentucky shows us how it worked. >> fluid and white machines covering a lot of city malls miles. dozens of bike stations popping
up one neighborhood after sgloot we make. >> the title sons sore independence blue cross. city prom ekts launch aid week ago with 2200 people signed up. >> i look like two. for days i don't want to leave it in city and have the risk of it going stale stolen it's quick and effective. >> these bikes are more anyone. tourists, groups of friends even people dressed for work. is there a mark for indgo in philadelphia. >> philadelphia was ready for bike shaivrment philadelphians embraced it. >> as a $3 million investment from owns and operates ingigo. he says riders get a member tment and members can take as
many one our trips as they want. no will he be -- walk up to a station slide in a credit card and get a three speed bike. basket and bell included four different for half hour. pick up at one lobe and drop off at another. 8,000 in just the first week. >> to far or inconvenine to ride transit but it it will thb afternoon. there's trips in philadelphia. >> repair and customer service are located in kensington warehouse. money again raitded will run and expand system into more communities. these tours for montreal were a big pan. >> i think maybe serious bodily injury of the drivers need to get used to it they don't like us so much. so you just have to ignore them a little bit. >> welcome to philly. >> thanks. >> ken, "channel 6 action news."
>> all we want at the end of the guy day is same goal we want to win a championship and we will leave no stone unturned until we get done. >> chip kelly chasing a championship. eagles' coach thinks marcus mariota will win multiple titles. he tried to trade thursday. department work out. here we are sam bratford going into season and producting him and keeping imhad hel yj could be the next goal of the season. evan math sis not happy with his contract and his agent is trying to explore trade options listen to this. chip claims no one else wants them. >> have not been available to trade for two years through his
agent and them they asked to renegotiate the contract and see what he can get and we obliged them but never had offer on him. >> evan will be an eagle. >> if you wonder why they only took one offensive player in the draft here's why second worst team in nfl last year defending the pass. that's why kelly couldn't pass up five defensive players. now, as soon as the draft was over kelly picked up the phone and picked up philly native rashid bailey celebrating with his family last night. bailey had most receiving yards and touchdowns for division three doylestown delaware valley. he used to dream of playing when he was link a work harder i'm going to work harder every sunday i would come in and say wow, this is amazing feeling. i wonder what it would be like to play on the field actually. so i mean to be in there and be
watching these players play is honor to be a part of this. >> a lot of work to do if you crack the 53 man roster that have twevrl receiveers on depth chart influiding ago lar. it's seen a major overall. there's a new starting cornerback. to name a few. eagles are they 'better team than last year? here's espn sal tall antonio. >> on paper they're a work on congress. if you look at their schedule as a winnable schedule that's not really that difficult but they have a lot of different parts beginning quarterback position. offensive lines in a state of flux. you fwling demarco murry and ask jordan matthews second year player toy win one-on-one match ups outside the numbers.
>> and finally they get '6-2 win in miami. back to you at the news desk. >> in bucks county people of all ages were out today to find a cure for ms society. many walkser dedicated efforts to loved one with ms. kid were welcome for this event and so were the family dogs. >> "fyi philly" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues tomorrow morning 4:30 with matt o'donnell, david murphy, tamala edwards and karen rogers. >> for melissa magee, jeff skverskyen the entire "action news" team i'm sarah bloomquist, have a great night and good week
there's over two hundred thousand students in philadelphia. jim kenney and tony williams are fighting over teachers should have their contracts respected. they also should be held accountable. and it's wrong philadelphia gets less school funding than other parts of pennsylvania. i'll work with harrisburg to change that. but if they refuse i'll take them to federal court. as mayor i'll do what's right for them.
>> i'm alicia vitarelli. >> and i'm melissa magee. tonight on fyi philly... we're celebrating mother's day. >> unbelievable. >> for mom who are tops in your world, how about brunch in the skies. >> so this is such a rare find! >> we meet a mom and daughter who share a passion for fashion and travel. >> plus, we shop for the perfect mother's day gifts. >> whoo! >> and show you a way to honor our fathers. >> come on up. >> and a popular soap shop adds a yoga studio and salon. >> hi everybody and welcome to fyi philly. >> we are at top of the tower >> the 50th floor of 3 logan square in center city. >> we know the sky's the limit when it comes to treating your mom for mother's day. >> and the sky is just the beginning of an amazing new brunch experience being offered here that mom will never forget. >> 3 logan square - home to more than 50 floors. and at the very top of the